Yasmin and Amber were photographed for the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar Bride India at the Jaipur Polo Grounds in New Delhi, where Yasmin and Simon served as judges at the Cartier “Travel With Style” Concours d’Elégance classic auto and motorcycle exhibition this past March. All three Le Bons were also interviewed for the magazine, in which they muse on classic cars, marriage, and jewellery.
Harper’s Bazaar Bride India April 2015
photographer: Amit Sharma
fashion editor: Ayesha Amin Nigam
hair and makeup: Chandni Singh
shot for but not featured in this issue (via the photographer’s Facebook page)
This November, Yasmin and her daughter Amber will be taking part in Travels To My Elephant, an 8-day race of 30 rickshaws across Madhya Pradesh in India to help protect the Asian elephant from extinction.
Yasmin and Amber stand before one of the rickshaws with actress Joanna Lumley
There are currently less than 35,000 Asian elephants in the wild, a decrease in population of 90% over the past century, with the loss of forests and the illegal ivory trade further dwindling their numbers.
The charity event, which aims to raise a total of 1 million pounds, is being organized in memory of Mark Shand, the late founder of Elephant Family and a friend of Yasmin’s. It was announced in a reception hosted at Clarence House by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, who was Shand’s sister.
Yasmin told the Daily Mail: “Mark was a dear friend whose work was so important. It would be a crime not to carry it on. I’m very into my cars but racing a rickshaw is going to be something else. I am going to be the driver and Amber will be the navigator. We get on brilliantly but I think being cooped up in a rickshaw for eight days together it going to be explosive. Luckily the engine is loud so I won’t be able to hear her – although I might be tempted to take some gaffer tape too. I really want people to support us in any way they can. It is the mad sort of challenge Mark would thoroughly have approved of and it’s wonderful for the prince and duchess to lend their support.”
This is not her first attempt to help raise money for Elephant Family, as she supported the charity as one of many celebrity pledge drivers to participate in last year’s BCG Annual Global Charity Day.
Also participating in the race will be actress Susan Sarandon and Quintessentially Foundation principal Ben Elliot.
Find out more about Travels To My Elephant and Elephant Family by clicking on these links.
Belying her 50 years, Yasmin shines in a new editorial for the April 2015 issue of Elle Germany.
“Yasmin Le Bon”
photographer: David Oldham
stylist: Isabel Arnhold
hair: Tyler Johnston at Kathrin Hohberg
makeup: Kim Brown at Premier
You can read an interview with Yasmin on Elle Germany’s website.
This is Yasmin’s first fashion editorial since last March and her first appearance in Elle Germany since 1993.
(updated with larger images on 20th March 2015)
Yasmin is featured in the Christmas campaign of Sweden’s largest retailer, Åhléns, shot by Joel Rhodin of Mink Mgmt.
She is also in Åhléns’s fall skincare guide, photographed by Hasse Nielsen with makeup by Anya de Tobon.
Happiest of birthdays to Yasmin Le Bon, who celebrates her 50th on 29th October and yet doesn’t seem to look a day over 30.
To mark this special occasion, here are some of Yasmin’s best photos from the past 30+ years. It was a very difficult selection!
After enjoying a long relationship with Elite Model Management in New York, Yasmin has switched her American representation to Trump Model Management under its Legends division. Founded in 1999, Trump Models also represents such legendary faces in the modelling industry as Carmen Dell’Orefice, Jerry Hall, Jean Severance, and Pat Cleveland. “We are thrilled to have Yasmin here at Trump!” says Duane Gazi, Trump’s Director of Scouting.
Check out Yasmin’s portfolio at Trump Models’ website.
On the first day of London Fashion Week, Yasmin and Amber appeared in the spring/summer 2015 show for Gyunel. Taking inspiration from the nomadic scorpion, Azerbajan-born Gyunel Rustamova’s latest collection evoked a desert theme with hairstyles and prints reflecting its spirit of adventure and wanderlust.
This appearance marks Yasmin’s first turn on the catwalk since Stéphane Rolland’s spring/summer 2012 haute couture show in January 2012 and over 30 years on the runway, with her earliest shows for Katharine Hamnett and Roland Klein during the spring/summer 1985 season.